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many say he is confirmation to be groomed as succeeder to his old moon. it came hours after the start of a rare ruling party meeting to elect top leadership. at that gathering, kim jong-il was also expected to appoint other family members to top posts as part of plans to take the communist dynasty into a third generation. >>> a crazy and sad story as the multimillionaire owner of the segway scooter company is dead. apparently after falling off a cliff while riding a segway. those are those two-wheeled electric scooters. priss say the 62-year-old was testing a cross-country version of the self-balancing segway near his estate in england sunday when he lost control of it. what are the odds? the owner of the segway company dying in a segway accident. terrible. let's look now at the markets as we get all up in your business. steve sedgwick is live in london. good morning, steve. >> reporter: very good to see you today. once again we're hoping m & a activity can lift the market. the dow finished lower yesterday despite southwest is buying air tran for a deal worth around 1.4 billion u.s. d
on their cell phone cameras. amber taylor and steve clark worked alongside taylotrainers d grooms to rescue the horses. >> it was panic. how many, how fast, how much time do we have. >> there were no chance of those getting out. 0. >> for whatever reason, we were supposed to be there. >> damage to the barns is estimated at $1.2 million. >> when you see the video, you realize that they really risked their lives to try to help. >> great to see people do something like that. >>> still ahead, d.c.'s primary race for mayor is down to the final seven days. >> first, another check on the traffic and weather every 10 minutes. >> hi, i'm caroline hardy, president of the s gma vincent palotti high school. >> we just want to say, "good morning washington." >> back-to-school it is today. 6:40 a.m. here's a look at the son getting ready to pop up over the horizon. temperatures along the bay are around 70 degrees. in laurel, 62. 52 degrees -- 62 degrees, dewpoint at 62. the air is saturated, but not much in terms of fog across the area. 58 and from royal, 58 in b owie. it will be shorts and short sleeve
grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. fire was fire. and the first language, the language of chemistry, was universal and eloquent. and the unique ability of chemiry to change everything has never changed. it is still the hope of human history to come. it is still the bond in partial between the elements. hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and human. oh. about what? uh, they don't really think you're an exchange student. what? they think you're a businessman, using our house to meet new clients in china. for reals, player? [ woman saks chinese ] they overheard a phone call. speaks chinese ] something about shipping with fedex to shanghai. and then you opened a bottle of champagne. that was for a science project. [ man and woman speaking chinese ] i'm late for..occer... rehearsal. [ man speaks chinese ] you and i are cool? i'll be home by
to remind everybody that the groom to be is flying home as we speak. you must be so happy. >> i'm so excited. it's that time. >> from the time you were a little girl, did you fantasize about the dress you would wear to your wedding? >> i don't know if i was that kind of girl that fantasized about that, but right now i'm in the moment. >> you brought your mother, mary. this is her gown from her wedding. what does it mean to you to witness your daughter going through the process? >> it's been really, really exciting. we are just so happy for both of them and excited they are getting married and this has been a wonderful experience for a small mid-western family. >> we are here to share with you and we got a sneak peek at the gowns. i have to say that jeremy chose to wear this dress, but the tux he will wear for the reception. it's important and a version of it all the grooms men will wear. let's get started. the first category is modern romance. very fitting. come on out. we were inspired by the modern feel of this. this is by a fantastic designer who it's a beautiful draped silk. what is fant
that you think we would remember here in america is that teachers rewarding support and grooming teachers are one of the most important things woo can he do and we have a prestigekind of press teen deficit in america and we don't truly value our teachers. if we are going to say our children are our future we need to put the most talented person there in the classroom to teach them. >> the film received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim and priz praise but not without its detractors as well. some feel that you are putting the blame on the unions. how do you respond? >> we made a commitment that we were going to call out all of the obstacles and all of the adults that were not putting kids interests first. there is a lot of those in the movie and one is the teachers unions in so far as to question some things like protecting bad teachers or maybe how you get tenure or the fact that really amazing teachers that are teaching students and doing amazing things are not getting rewarded. i think to question those things is healthy. i don't think it means you are against unions. i am in a un
people are groomed, radicalized, and prepared for the so-called holy war," a german official said in announcing the closure. "we can't accept this happening in front of our eyes right in the middle of hamburg, and that's why we have closed this mosque today and have banned the cultural association," he says. officials now believe at least one team of german jihadists was dispatched to europe over the summer, traveling on german passports which require no visa to enter the u.s. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on, the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: the fears of an attack similar to what happened in mumbai, india, two years ago. u.s. law enforcement officials say the captured german said the new attack would be a commando-style raid against what were described as soft or economic targets. the attacks in mumbai were against hotels frequented by tourists. >> we are all seeing increased activity by a more diverse set of groups and a more diverse set of threats. >> reporter: it was just last week that u.s. official
in politician. a new ad casting nancy pelosi as the wicked witch. we'll be right back. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. an easy choice. host: could switching to geico realis a bird in the handre on worth 2 in the bush? appraiser: well you rarely see them in this good of shape. appraiser: for example the fingers are perfect. appraiser: the bird is in mint condition. appraiser: and i would say if this were to go to auction today, appraiser: conservatively it would be worth 2 in the bush. woman: really? appraiser: it's just beautiful, thank you so much for bringing it in. woman: unbelievable anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> welcome back. another bombshell apparently to be dropped on the pentagon once again from wikileaks who will soon release massive field reports on the war in iraq. the
next, our monday mega panel will weigh in. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. ♪ every day, it's getting closer ♪ ♪ going faster than a roller coaster ♪ ♪ love like yours will surely come my way ♪ ♪ a-hey, a-hey-hey ♪ every day, it's getting faster ♪ [ male announcer ] at&t and blackberry have teamed up to evolve the smartphone. business, meet fun. fun, business. at&t. rethink possible. business, meet fun. fun, business. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 state
, cars and cash to lure in three young men into sexual relationships. >> the bishop was grooming young men to be at his disposal. he finds them at 14 or 15 years of age. he starts to get a relationship with him at the primary time when a young man is searching for his identity. >> the pastor was set to appear on the the tom joyner radio show today, but bishop long didn't show up. instead, his attorney spoke on his behalf. >> let me be clear. the charges against me and new birth are false. i have devoted my life to helping others and these false allegations hurt my deeply. but my faith is strong and the truth will emerge. >> let's bring in the pastor of the first dallas church in dallas. thanks for being with us, pastor. you have a big church, too. what is the membership of your congregation? >> we have 13,000 members in the congregation. >> i'm not the first one to say a lot of questions have been raised about the megachurches. a lot of concerns about the pastors and lifestyles they lead. let me get your take on pitch op long and, would you have advised him to go on the tom joyner show
a sure winner that beau biden son of senator groomed since infancy to inherit the father's seat pulled out when he saw that castle was the republican opponent. i think a lot is going to hinge on that. otherwise, people will say she was irresponsible in areas, races like that and she will be judged on how many seats are won in the end from the democrats, not so much of her strength inside republican party. >> chris: do you think her candidates and how they do on november 2 could have significant impact on her viability as candidate for 2012? >> absolutely. you can almost argue some of the internal races we have seen in delaware and elsewhere, are an index of her strength as presidential candidate. proxies. she has shown she is strong internally and has a real constituency and a reasonable chance to win the nomination. people will ask is she electable. there will also be a proxy on the question in november how did her candidates do against democrats? >> they'll ask that but i think the value of her endorsement or anybody else's you exaggerate. if you're underdog candidate and palin endor
his youngest son as military yen. experts say he is now being groomed to take over from his father who is in poor health. >>> a group of former air force veterans maintain that alien outer pace are visiting u.s. nuclear missile sites. >> a white pulsating light in the sky. >> dark metallic in appearance with strange markings. >> these seven air force nuclear missile veterans claim to have seen ufos over 1960s nuke already missile sites that they say briefly shut down when the ufo was there. they have produced documents reouncing these things. >> a fully illuminated round object was hovering silently over the missile silo and shining a light down onto it. >> then from this dead stop, it shoots off to the east just like now you see it, now you don't. >> the u.s. air force office of special investigate headquarters at andrews air force base says it is not aware of any open case of ufos are alien sightings at any nuclear missile rings. >>> the man behind the segway is dead. he was killed in an apparent segway accident. james heselden's body was pulled from a river in northern england on su
and is an out spoken opponent of homosexuality. >> the bishop was grooming young men to be at his disposal. he finds them at 14 and 15 years of age and starts to get a relationship with them at that primary time when a young man is searching for his identity. >> longer denies the allegation. part of the debate centers on motive. one of the man was arrested in connection with a burglary at the church. he says he will give his first public response to his congregation the sunday. >> a bus driver in the portland, oregon has been fired for reading while driving. a passenger in the bus use his cell phone to photograph the driver. he appeared to be reading during much of the commute. portland's transportation agency could not probation but fired him yesterday. >> in new jersey's largest school district is said to get a $100 million donation from an facebook founder, mark zuckerberg. he is expected to announce it on the oprah winfrey show tomorrow. the donation would be the largest publicly known gift by zuckerberg who is ranked no. 35 on the list of wealthy americans. it said stades for the governor
observe engaging in distractive behavior. eating, personal grooming, talking on the cell phone. because of that, their driving is not where it should be. >> virginia's texting while driving law has too many loopholes. so instead, officers will be writing citations for failure to pay full time and attention while driving. how this woman got to be so drunk so early in the morning. her blood alcohol limit was twice the legal limit when she crashed. the police want to know if the drinks were flowing too freely at the bar. jackie reports. >> the horrific crash happened at 8:30 wednesday night. a white dodge caliber became wedged at a store front after jumping an island and striking two pedestrians. in the aftermath, they ordered two separate tests for the driver. 23-year-old tameka adams of mitchellville had results of .18 and .17 respectively, double the legal limit in the district. police believe she had been in the club called district up the street. a web flier and a recent "washington post" review noted offers of free drinks in a happy hour. kathy lanier confirms her officers are workin
that they're making is that the bishop would take these young men when they were 14 or 15 and begin to groom them. this is coming from the attorney representing all three. by the time they regiached the e of 16, he would in effect make his move on them. all three charging that he pressured them into sex. one of them claiming that he took the young man to australia for his 18th birthday and was pressured into having sexual contact on that trip. here's what the spokesperson for the bishop had to say yesterday. take a listen. >> there's a lot of things being said out there. but before rushing to judgment on the bishop long in the court of public opinion, i really hope you will look at guys that are throwing mud. >> reporter: now, one of those guys who has levelled the accusations against the bishop is a 20-year-old named maurice robinson who was arrested in connection to stealing from a church. there's no word if these allegations have anything to do with with the the arrest from over the summer. that case is still pending. this city is absolutely buzzing. >> ron mott in delawacatur, geo. >>> a
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a bankruptcy filing affects your credit and for how long. >> you picked the bride and the groom and the rings and the reception location. now we showed you the choices for the bride's dress. all in preparation for the dig bay september 30th. you will see that coming up. the up to date accessories that are now the hot newest thing to go along with the dress. a modern version with something old, something new. something borrowed, something blue. >> we are celebrating. >> las vegas. the little white chapel. >> ann is at the news desk for a check of the headline. >> thanks a lot, matt. in the news, bp said their own investigation found that no single factor caused the oil rig disaster last april that set off one of the worst environmental disasters in u.s. history. in a post on their website, they call it a tragedy that arose from a complex series of mechanical failures, engineering designs, human judgments and a lack of teamwork. 11 workers died when the rig exploded. a wind-driven fire destroyed at least two dozen homes in detroit on tuesday. they believe the blaze was sparked by tree limbs tha
just watching my personal grooming. and one of the things that i have to stress is that regardless of what my hair do happens to be or where i work and it's been nine great years here at fox and i hope it goes nine more, you know, if i can live that long, the audience has stayed with me and as with you, and that is the ultimate testament, you know. that's the ultimate justification or -- >> two long island guys like rivera and me can do it, you know. we'll be watching this weekend. great clips coming up. be sure to check out geraldo's book "the great progression" which comes out in paperback next week. when we come right back, dennis miller will comment on what geraldo said about the arizona deal and also on al sharpton's criticism of glenn beck and his washington rally. miller is next. >> thanks for staying with us fortunately i'm bill o'reilly. in the miller time segment tonight, we'll go to the sage of southern california that joins us now from los angeles. i'm really upset about this arizona u.n. state department deal. i just think it's so insulting to this country and the oba
. >> whether that's speeding or personal grooming or talking on their cell phone. and because of that, their driving is not where it should be. >> reporter: to simulate the impact of distracted driving, i navigated what might replicate a narrow residential street or mall parking lot. the officer rode shog. was that the long before the first text arrived. >> if you could read the e-mail to me out loud. >> reporter: it says, got it. an adjustment here. next distraction, a call. at the same time my passenger is giving directions. >> hi. it's julie. >> head straight down the straightaway. >> reporter: yeah. >> almost -- >> reporter: okay. i'm sorry? >> we're almost at a complete stop. there are problem is i'm supposed to be going 25. the last challenge? reading directions to a caller while navigating cones. i almost made it. the officers say the kind of driving i just did is exactly what they will be watching for. and they will be perched inside unmarked high profile vehicles like this pick-up so they can really see whether is causing the bad driving. >> they see a car that's braking for
what women do to substage their careers. citibank claims that women groom in public, sit demurely and ask permission to too often and offer a limp handshake. it was posted online. the banking giant gave this response. it is not part of a formal human resources communications or any other communications or training program including citi's global programs on women's leadership. joining me gloria allred and her client. thank you both for being here this will evening. gloria, i will begin with you. how do you think this will affect your lawsuit against citibank? >> if there is true and they haven't said that they didn't have any one from hr distribute it, they just said it is not part of a formal communication i would argue it is evidence of sex discrimination. all women are not alike. secondly, it encourages negative stereo types and generalizations about women and criticizes women for playing fair and says that men stretch the rules and are not punished. is citibank stretching the rules where it comes to discrimination? it is just wrong to disseminate this at all and particularly i
the squirrel and grooming him. the squirrel thinks he's a cat because he likes to purr. ♪ pants on the ground. >> greta: yes pants on the ground an on the record favorite. we never dreamed the "american idol" hit would be used by a judge. during a suspected drug deal in minnesota police told a suspect to put his hands in the air. when he raised his articles his already drooping pants fell to the ground. when an officer pulled the pans up she found a gun. the man's lawyers challenged the legality of the pants hoisting. a judge ruled pulling up the man's pants did not violate his rights. saying we are confident our opinion will not be misconstrued to suggest that an officer can meddle with a person's clothes to refrain, pants on the ground. there you have the best of the rest. >> leaked information about president obama's new book. vice president biden is not going to like this. stay tuned. hi. you know, if we had let fedex office pri our presentation, they could have shipped it too. saved ourselves the hassle. i'm not too sure about this. look at this. [ security agent ] right. you never kick
and grooming teachers are one of the most important things we do and we have a cultural kind of prestige deficit in america and we don't truly value our teachers. if we are going to say our children are our future we need to put the most talented person in the classroom to teach them kimberly seems to make sense. the film has received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim and praise but not without its detractors as well. some people feel you are placing the blame squarely in the lap of the unions and isolateing that as the problems. how do you respond? >> we made a commitment when we started the project we would call out all of the obstacles and all of the adults that were not putting kids' interests firsts. there is a lot of them in the movie and one is the teachers' unions insofar as to question some things like protecting bad teachers or maybe how you get tenure or the fact that really amazing teachers that are teaching students and doing amazing things are not getting rewarded. i think to question the things is healthy. it doesn't mean you are against unions. i have been in a unio
to the experts, keep it. but he is clearly grooming this young man to take over and one would assume it means on the day that kim chong-il dies that he, this 20-something-year-old, will have his finger on the nuclear but the top but, again, the experts say that there are competing factions and kim chong-il could be trying to position his son here, there are others who will compete. his sister was named a general yesterday. that gives her a lot of power. her husband is a powerful voice in her ear and in the ear of this young son. and those two, the sister of kim chong-il and her husband, may decide when it comes to it they don't like the idea of being the key advisors but they want all the power so there could be a power struggle. no one knows what will happen when kim chong-il dies. the chinese will certainly be trying to interfere. it is an opportunity for the u.s. to remake relations but it is an opportunity, too, that is filled with danger. >>shepard: it is late at fight there. i have in idea why they would release this information now but they try to manipulate the news cycle over here an
republican heavy hitters are racing to the right. we'll be right back. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. an easy choice. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. >>> we're back and we're breaking down the gop's race to the right. big republican names, some members of the tea party, others terrified they'll be topple led by it, are gathered now for the annual voter's summit. christine o'donnell spoke moments ago. >> the conservative movement was tol
to paying attention. >> whether that's eating our personal grooming or talking on their cell phone. because of that, the driving is not where they should be. >> on the training course, police use reporters to drive the point home. >> back out the way we came. >> i set out on a course that might replicate a narrow residential street or mall parking lot. joe moore rides shotgun. wasn't long before the first text arrived as i was trying to park. >> if you can read the e-mail to me out loud. >> it says got it. -- an adjustment mere. >> next distraction -- a call. at the same time my passenger is giving directions. >> hi, it's julie. >> head straight down the straightaway. >> yeah. almost at a -- >> okay. so, i'm sorry -- >> we're almost at a complete stop. >> trouble is, i'm suppose to be going 25. last challenge -- reading directions to a caller while navigating doancones. i also made it. the kind of driving i just did is exactly what they will be watching for. >> they see a car that's breaking for no apparent reason. they're going to get up and look and see what the driver doing. if they're d
. that could signal potential grooming to take over the country. news came during a workers party meeting. >>> a murder conviction for the drunk driver would killed a baseball player from maryland. a jury convicted andrew gallo in the detect of nick adenhart and two others. he was driving drunk last year when he slammed into their car. he faces more than 50 years in prison. adenhart, a graduate of a high school in maryland. >>> before you get behind the wheel, put your cell phone down. maryland is about to go hands- free. but is the law tough enough? >>> also coming up in just a few moments, we've got more rainfall this morning. some of that rain is high-def qhi. we'll show you where it is. -- some of that rain is heavy. julie wright will be along to take a look at traffic. fox 5 news will be right back. >>> take a look outside it capitol dome. beautiful shot right there. we do have a little bit of rain out there some some places. we'll talk that b. that. still dealing with some major flooding in the midwest. the wisconsin river poured into a rural nei
will -- who are eating, grooming or talking on the cell phone and they're driving and talking -- suffering because of it and we will be charging them with failure to pay full time attention to their driving and see them in court. >> and someone might say it's not illegal to eat and in virginia, it's not illegal to be on your cell phone while driving. however, if it causes an accident or effects your driving, that is the issue. >> absolutely and even though it's not illegal to do some of the activities, it's causing a problem and distracted driving is causing 80, 85% of the crashes that are how ther -- out here and we have to put a stop to it and make people realize how dangerous it is. if they're swerving and not going a green light. >> right. >> we're going to stop and charge them. >> thank you so much, appreciate it. >> absolutely. >> i'm going take the test. >> good luck. >> and we'll see how this goes. officer joe moore is going to help us out and is going to be sort of -- thanks for being her -- he's going tell us, tell me how to -- what i'm supposed to be doing while we drive so her
millan and jeremy gephart are our bride and groom. eight daysway. >> we're so exted. >> you just got back from afghanistan, is this even sinking in for you yet, jeremy? >> it's starting to, but it's all coming way too fast. >> a lot in a short period of time. we're going to reveal the bridesmaids' dresses if you're ready. this is what the bridesmaids and the flower girl will be wearin i think you recognize this dress. it's being worn by your real maid of honor, alexis longo. are you surprised to see her? >> yes, i'm so excited. i wish i could hug you. >> you can hug her. what do you think of the dresses? >> you lookbsolutely beautiful and abby, you look so nice. >> that dress can be used as a dress with sleeves or a halter. >> i'm so excited, you look great. >> you want to stick around and taste some cake? that's what we're going to do now, we're bringing in gail simmons from top chef. >> you're the perfect one to do this because you also have a new show top che just desserts. >> i love cake. i brought you four choices "today," all very different. you want to taste some cake? they cater to the
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of grooming these young men to ultimately have sexual relations with them. it's very explosive charges as we say that are rippling throughout the religious community. eddie long says he will address his congregation first this sunday. we don't know if media will be invited over that address. savannah, chuck, back up to you guys. >> all right, ron, in decatur, georgia. media i have a feeling will not be invited, but i have a feeling they'll be there. >>> should the white house turn to wall street corporate america to replace top adviser larry summers? up next, cnbc's maria bartiromo. >>> all in the family from books to television shows. how sarah palin and her family are turning her celebrity into big business. is it good politics? >>> the president's schedule, he's in new york, he's got a few private meetings with some world leaders, plus the head of the united nations. you're watching the rundown only on msnbc. [ female announcer ] what if your natural beauty could be flawless, too? new aveeno positively radiant tinted moisturizers, with scientifically proven soy complex and natural mineral
of these business-type guys pretty smart guys up there, shrewd guys. we're grooming him today and he was taking it. >> yeah, he can handle it and i think that's good. the more he's out there talking to people who understand the economic situation -- >> and don't like him. . >> and even if they don't like him, fine. >> i love it. >> he's perfectly capable of handling all of that stuff. he's good at it. he's a lawyer. he's an empathetic guy but he's not always in the situation where he can show. >> why do they keep setting up up with those goof ball ringers? that's what like to be great? do you ever get tired of people not understanding your motives? arianna, i hate to be skeptical. well, i am skeptical. the best thing you can do in baseball is throw a nice, hard pitch down the middle and the guy hit it as hard as you can. the worst thing that you can do is these weird sort of puff ball change-ups that these guys throw and he answers the puff ball. i think that it looks like an infomercial and disastrous and i think that the teleprompter ought to be sent to eye don't know where. send it to place --
has run twice and lost each time. the bidens who own that state had to groom the son of a vice president to inherit the president's seat and he flinched. he didn't run. you know why? because mike castle was the guy that was going to win and he didn't want to be tainted. if the bidens fought and they know that state much more than you or i or sarah palin with all due respect, that castle was unbeatable, i think that's pretty good evidence. the fact is this -- the only importance to vote in the senate now is the first one who gains control. do the republicans get 51 and mitch mcconnell is in charge? do you award the democrats are chuck schumer in charge. that's what's at stake here, bill. it's not a vote or two on the side issue. of course, castle is a moderate or liberal. what do you expect in the northeast? that's what you're gonna get. you're not going to get -- >> o'donnell is a die hard conservative and people think she can win. >> let's see it. i'd like to see demint, palin now go down to delaware and spend a couple of weeks and elect her. now, you tell her she's electable,
and this last week leading up to labor day, but also for one married couple, a bride and groom that didn't let earl spoil their special day. >> it's incredible. we're very, very memorable. we had a fantastic week of weather and suddenly it's -- suddenly it turned as it is. it's given us plenty of challenges. but nothing is stopping us. >> reporter: and nothing is stopping everyone else from getting out today and enjoying this beautiful day. the main street down in chatham, aside from a few boards they put up, is open and ready for business. alex? >> all right. looks like a beautiful day. thank you very much for bringing that picture to us, michelle franzen. we, of course, will continue to watch the latest impact of tropical storm earl. we'll bring you live reports at the top of the hour. >>> a new statement from a taliban leader in pakistan warning the terror group is planning attacks in the u.s. and europe. a senior taliban commander tells the associated press he's proud the u.s. has added his organization to its international terrorism blacklist. he also says america should expect a fresh wa
and address this. the attorneys for the four men say this is someone grooming young people to get them comfortable, to get them into a situation where they may be open to a sexual relationship. this is what b.j. burn ddzseed had to say last week. >> the manipulation starts at 14 or 15 or basically they're indoctrine nated into this man and he goes forward with that next phase. so the law may not recognize it as child molestation, but i assure you that manipulation of someone like this and abusing the pastoral relationship this way, that is not consent. >> eddie long has issued a couple of statements through some intermediaries, including his lawyer. this is what eddie long' lawyer said this week. take a listen. >> ron, i think we're going to read, have our viewers just read that. we didn't have the audio of that. if our director can go back to that previous full screen graphic if possible. there we go. the charges against me and new birth are false. i have devoted my life to helping others and these false allegations hurt me deeply. but my faith is strong and the truth will emerge. tha
in this country who make it work. the tea party people have not been groomed for political advancement from college on. the way has not been paved for them. these people have made it on their own, living their lives. that's who is servicing now. there was a piece in the american spectator a minute ago i thought was fabulous. it has been made into a small book called "the ruling class." we are dealing with the ruling class elites which is a minority running the country versus the country class that's the average, ordinary people who make it work. when i say elites. they are not better than anybody else, they just think think are. they think they are special, smarter, more sophisticated, but they are not. they are in the process of ruining the country. part of being an american is wanting to lead a legacy for your children and grandchildren better than ha what you found or had. people are genuinely thinking it is not going to be possible first time in american history in the modern era. it is not good and it has got to change. republicans are clamoring for people to get involved, run for offi
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